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Quality Controls Are Problematic in that They only Serve to Increase the Cost and the Time-to-Delivery of the End Product
Certainly Quality Controls cost. The question is, whether these costs can be offset by savings made as a result of them.
With it being necessary for organisations to review and tightly control expenditures, especially in tougher times, there's often a tendency to put quality on the back burner. Especially as the concept of TQM and Quality Assurance is so complex that it can be difficult to attract interest in the managerial departments. Ironically, these occasions, present the greatest opportunities for minimizing operational losses by the judicious pursuit of quality improvement projects. The approach to both quality and to financial controls is to minimize inefficiencies and waste. As such, it's important that management and employees alike are on the same page in their view to providing a value-added approach in everything they do for their customers. Such a concept should align itself with quality issues, and the overall organisational goal to improve operational efficiency, quality and customer service levels.
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